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SPF and an umbrella are about to be the hottest summer accessories in Ontario as the rest of the season is set to heat up and see quite a few showers.

July's weather forecast calls for temperatures that are "above normal" with storms scattered throughout the month, according to The Weather Network.

Ontario can expect cooler temperatures in the first half of the month with a looming threat of thunderstorms and some hot days.

July will warm up in the middle of the month, but not for a prolonged period — instead, it will be "just enough heat to tip the final numbers to the warm side of seasonal."

According to The Weather Network, Southern Ontario will be getting plenty of rain due to thunderstorms, but wildfires could be an issue in Northern Ontario, with specific concern in Northwestern Ontario.

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